Favorite Projects: Beach Bag ♥ Cute Cat Coasters ♥ Honeycomb Vest

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This week at Wednesday Link Party 361, your favorite projects were the Beach Bag Prototype, the Cute Cat Coasters and the Honeycomb Sleeveless Vest. Check out our 3 featured projects, their patterns and their posts at the links below the Collage Image. While you’re here check, check out the other submitted projects in our collection! Every week we have new freebies, recipes and DIY projects being added to our party! Find out what the latest trends are by joining us each week.

Wednesday Link Party 361 Features

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Wednesday Link Party 361 Features Beach Bag - Cat Coasters - honeycomb vest

This Week at Party 361 we feature your favorite projects from Feminine Frills, Crochet 365 Knit Too and Häkelfieber Austria

  1. Beach Bag Prototype | Feminine Frills
  2. Cute Crochet Cat Coasters- Free Pattern | Crochet 365 Knit Too
  3. Honeycomb Sleeveless Vest – Free Pattern | Häkelfieber Austria

 You may also enjoy these featured projects:

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Many of the projects included in our Wednesday Link Party have been created using other Designer’s Patterns. Find the links to the original pattern source(s) included in the Project Posts. If there is no mention of a pattern, please feel free to ask them by leaving a comment on their post!

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♥ Rhondda (Oombawka Design Crochet) & Amy (The Stitchin’ Mommy) Thanks for joining us!
Features Wednesday Link Party 362 Beach Bag - Cat Coasters - Honeycomb Vest
Beach Bag Prototype Featured Wednesday Link Party 361

Beach Bag Prototype

Verena, from Feminine Frills, has been working on a new Beach Bag Prototype. This looks like it is a very sturdy beach bag!

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Crochet Cat Coasters Featured Wednesday Link Party 361

Cute Crochet Cat Coasters

These Cute Crochet Cat Coasters are available as a free crochet pattern from Cheryl at Crochet 365, Knit Too. To make your cute cats you will need a 4 mm (G) hook and Medium Weight Cotton Yarn [4].

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Honeycomb Sleeveless Vest - Featured Wednesday Link Party 361

Honeycomb Sleeveless Vest

I love this new Honeycomb Sleeveless Vest designed by Sandra from Häkelfieber Austria. She has provided the pattern for free on her blog. Google Translate has done a very good job translating this pattern. There is a translate option in the top-left of her post.

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